I hate to whine.


You probably have read about my WordPress ‘experience.’

I hate to whine.

I really do.

I call wet-weather gear, and cold-weather gear, ‘snivel-gear.’ Yeah, I was one of those GI’s.

But, I complain.

And all of a sudden, my readership, which had taken a terrible nose-dive, picked back up to ALMOST average levels.

It is sad that WordPress is driven by bad-publicity more than they are by doing a good job.

As I start my business back up, I keep telling myself, “I will NOT do that to my clients.”

I cannot believe that I got better response from whining than I did from using the normal ‘tech-support’ process.

What do you think?

Does it anger you half as much as it angers me?



About Wayne

First, I blogged on blogger, then Myspace - soon I was consistently ranked. Next, I quit. Then the blogging addiction came back .... Comments are appreciated. Not nice comments are edited. You can follow me at the top right.
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2 Responses to I hate to whine.

  1. donationcan says:

    I like to think that I write some intelligent posts, that receive no responses. I posted about dying my hair and a new dress … That gave me record breaking likes and comments.

    • Wayne says:

      I like to think that as well.

      But, WordPress has been running SLOW for the entire time my readership has dropped like a rock.

      Maybe my writing became bad, and I went from a 40% increase each month to a 60% decline; and none of that had anything to do with WordPress running so slow and making badly designed changes?

      Maybe they will finally fix their software problems and we can see?


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